Posted by Jim_Daly Oct 11, 2012
OK, here’s the deal.
The Focus Leadership Institute, which has been operating on our campus since 1995, attracts college students from both Christian and non-religious universities all around the world. Each semester we’re thrilled to host some of the brightest young minds. Hundreds of these men and women are now serving the Lord in numerous professional and personal capacities – and making a difference!
I’m proud of each and every one of them.
The Focus Leadership Institute is committed to equipping leaders to faithfully lead in family, church and society. Students attend for one semester (spring, fall or summer) and can earn college credit.
In an effort to celebrate this tremendous program, Focus has announced a special competition. It’s called the Millennial Impact Scholar Award and it will be given to a spring 2013 applicant who creates a compelling blog and video telling us where they believe the Lord is calling them to lead.
Here’s the best part:
The winner will receive a FULL-TUITION scholarship, which is valued at over $8,000.
But entrants will have to hurry. The contest ends Oct 31.
Additional awards of $2,000 and $1,000 will be given to 2nd- and 3rd-place winners respectively.
All contestants will receive a $250 discount just for participating in the Millennial Impact Scholar Award, contingent on acceptance into FLI's spring 2013 class.
For more information on the Institute and the contest, please click here.
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